Renewable resources won’t threaten America’s electric grid.
The petty corruptions lawmakers grilled Pruitt for pale in comparison to his actual policy record at the EPA.
Only a system premised on extreme inequality would choose fossil fuel profits over the future of humanity.
During the week of Earth Day, actions are cropping up all over to call for clean, accessible, and safe public transit.
A panel profoundly unpacking “How Militarized Immigration Enforcement Hurts Climate Change-Impacted Communities.”
There’s no question that the Fight for $15 has been transformative: In the last five years, more than 19 million US workers have won a total of $62 billion in raises. In Ontario, Canada, another 1.7 million workers just saw pay boosts of up to 21 percent. That’s great, but consider this: Trump’s December tax bill enriched […]
In this White House, the most dangerous industry on earth has a stranglehold on U.S. foreign policy.
Join Institute for Policy Studies, Next System Project, and Kalpavriksh for a discussion on these and similar questions, drawing upon parallel experiences and insights from several different continents.
A Vietnamese company is no longer seeking American financial support to build a coal-fired power plant in Vietnam, bringing to an abrupt end a closely watched test of whether Washington would back international projects that could potentially contribute to climate change. On Thursday, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, a lender run by the […]
A gas pipeline would put a gash the size of a 12-lane highway along the Appalachian Trail. Is nothing sacred?
Today, more than 30 environmental, health and social justice organizations urged Congressional leaders to exclude an extension of the tax credit for carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) from any spending bill. The Section 45Q Tax Credit, which subsidizes coal and gas-fired power plants (and industrial facilities) to capture and bury their climate pollution or sell it […]
Transit equity isn’t just about where you sit on the bus. It’s about whether you can get on a bus at all.
In a political system awash with money, it’s Big Coal vs. democracy.
A collaborative effort of several organizations and unions to promote public transit as a civil right and a strategy to combat climate change.